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Seven Seas Voyager Review

4.5 / 5.0
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309 reviews
26 Awards

Something Odd Is Happening At Regent

Review for Seven Seas Voyager to the Eastern Caribbean
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First Time Cruiser • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Dec 2009
Cabin: Deluxe Suite

As a long time cruiser (30+ voyages) and a frequent cruiser with Regent, I was excited to try the Seven Seas Voyager, the only ship in the fleet I had not yet sailed. We decided on the Voyager's 10-day Christmas cruise visiting the ports of the Eastern Caribbean. We have always been pleased with Regent's product, but this time things were a bit off. We had a great time, but Regent will need to take a long, hard look at the quality of product they are currently offering at such a high price point.


I am not exaggerating when I say that the Voyager is probably the most beautiful ship I have sailed on. It just had a multi-million dollar renovation last year, and the ship sparkles from funnel to keel. Walking into the ship's main lobby, with it's 8 deck high atrium and glass enclosed elevators, gives a sense of spaciousness and elegance. The ship's decor is comprised of muted tones of creme, white and beiges with roomy spaces, as well as cozy nooks to unwind. The atrium area of decks 4 and 5 is the main activities center of the ship, housing the casino, Compass Rose (the main dining room), the Voyager Lounge, the reception desk, destination services and the Constellation Theater (which is 2 decks high). Other notable locations onboard are the alternative dining spots, Prime 7 and Signatures (both on Deck 5). The Horizon Lounge is a lovely space located all the way aft in which daytime pursuits such as trivia and Bingo take place. The ship has an extensive spa/gym facility located forward on Deck 6, which is run by Canyon Ranch Spa. The pool deck is home to La Veranda and a grill area for casual daytime dining. The ship is surprisingly roomy for it's size and there is always a place to be entertained or just to relax. The Voyager is a stunning vessel and was a comfortable haven to spend almost 2 weeks.

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